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Fresh Baked Homemade Bread

I received an email from a friend this morning, in which, she mentioned she’d baked bread yesterday. So, as I was drooling just thinking about fresh baked homemade bread pipin’ hot from the oven … I could almost smell it and taste it, just thinking about it. Well, this got me to thinking (smell the smoke … I know … dangerous when I start thinking, isn’t it?!) … I bet all the lovely ladies in our Saigon Kids group have wonderfully tasty yummy Thanksgiving goodies they make. The next thought was … hmmm … I wonder if they would be so kind as to share their yummy recipes with us all?

So, all you lovely Saigon Kids ladies out there … what are your favorite mouth watering Thanksgiving recipes?

Please share them with us by leaving your recipes in the Comments section below.

Get ready to drool guys, and if you are really nice to your ‘better half’, you just might be able to get her to make up some of these tasty little morsels for ya …   🙂

Bob

2 comments to Fresh Baked Homemade Bread

  • Maile Doyle

    The following is a wonderfully refreshing fresh cranberry side to turkey. I also have to serve jellied cranberry from the can for my husband…lol.

    Sandy Henning’s Cranberry Salad Mold – via Maile Miller Doyle

    This wonderful salad is a total favorite of the Japanese ladies who have attended Thanksgiving at our house for the past 10 years.

    4 cups fresh cranberries (2 bags)
    1 cup sugar
    1 envelope unflavored gelatin
    ½ cup orange juice
    1 cup finely chopped celery (3 stalks)
    1 cup finely chopped pared apple (1 large)
    1 cup chopped pecans (3-2oz pkgs)

    Wash cranberries, drain and remove stems; chop coarsely in a food processor; add sugar and let stand for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.

    Sprinkle gelatin over orange juice in small saucepan to soften; place over low heat, stirring until gelatin is dissolved.

    Add gelatin mixture, celery, apple and nuts to cranberries, mix well and turn into a 1 quart mold; refrigerate until firm – 6-8 hours.

  • Admin

    LOL Maile at ‘canned for hubby’ … I think that is the ONLY thing cranberry men can identify with … lol

    Awesome sounding recipe … sounds oh sooooo yummyyyyy …

    Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Who’s next with some tasty little morsels??

    Bob

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